Wkhtmltopdf – A Smart Tool to Convert Website HTML Page to PDF in Linux

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41 Responses

  1. cho says:

    hi,
    how can I install this tool in my Solaris-x86 environment ??

  2. cho says:

    hi,
    how can I install this tool in my Solaris-x86 environment ??
    I really want to know how to download and install in solaris OS.
    thanks.

  3. Mohan says:

    Hi Ravi,

    Is it possible to have our TOC in second page of our PDF during PDF generation using Wkhtmltopdf?? Please do reply asap..

    Thanks in advance :)

  4. Mike says:

    tar needs -j argument for bz2 files, not -z which is for gzip

  5. Anthony says:

    Good article, but it should be symlinked to /usr/bin to run from anywhere, also no one has yet thought to rename it to something shorter ?

  6. ganesh says:

    Hi,

    I am PHP developer. I have installed wkhtmltopdf in my application. I have one chart which is working fine in browser as html. But when I converts this to pdf via wkhtmltopdf it does not display. I searched on google but I didn’t find any solution.

    Thanks,
    Ganesh

  7. Hi

    I’ve used wkhtmltopdf on linux, mac and windows. Works great.
    Has anyone tried to install it on z/OS (zLinux probably) to be used from a batch environment called from JCL ?

  8. Ram says:

    Great work… Thanks for the detailed info.

  9. Kamran says:

    Can you tell me , how I can add Tahoma font to generated pdf? or another font with utf-8 support (for characters üöğıəçşÜÖĞİƏÇŞ)

  10. Kamran says:

    Hi, I installed. No errors but when I run wkhtmltopdf http://google.com /opt/test.pdf
    I get error “-bash: wkhtmltopdf: command not found”

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